TUCSON, Ariz. – Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents responded to a report of a person in trouble in a rinse west of Douglas, and located an harmed lady with her son Feb 1.
Agents reserved to the Brian A. Terry Station perceived a call from their partners at the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office stating a womanlike tourist was harmed and lost.
Agents searched the area and found a 33-year-old womanlike Mexican national, with her teenaged son, harmed and in the wash. Agents supposing first assist and contacted the Bisbee Fire Department for emergency medical assistance. The lady was stabilized before being airlifted to a medical trickery for modernized medical care.
The youthful was not harmed and was taken into control by Border Patrol agents tentative arrangements with Mexican authorities for the teen’s caring and chain while watchful to be reunited with his mother.
After initial diagnosis in a Tucson hospital, the lady was eliminated to a medical trickery in Sonora, Mexico on Tuesday. The mom and son were processed for immigration violations after their reserve was ensured, then expelled to the Mexican Consulate.